Who doesn't love fish, shellfish, shrimp, and lobster? Seafood is one of the most popular ingredients of the best dishes around the world. Whether you are cooking salmon, halibut, tuna, mussels or oysters you will find a recipe here.Lemonade Calamari
1. Lemonade Calamari Recipe
Fried calamari crops up on loads of pub menus but did you know how easy and cheap it is to make at home? We've given this restaurant classic a twist by using lemonade in the tempura batter.
2. Crispy Salt and Pepper Squid
This squid is so crispy it will make your mouth water from just watching the video... Jeremy Pang's recipe for the classic restaurant dish... remember to use a huge amount of cornflour!
3. Crab Cakes
*Serves:* 4*Ingredients:**Mayonnaise:*1 egg yolk2 tbsp white wine vinegar1 cup of canola oilpinch of salt -Add 1 tsp smoked paprika, 1 tsp cayenne pepper, and 1 tsp lime juice to 1/2 cup of mayo for the spicy aioli sauce. *Crab mix:*1 cup lump blue crab4 cups dried bread crumbs (2 for the mix and 2 for breading)1 tbsp chopped tarragon1 tbsp chopped cilantro2 tbsp micned red onion1 tbsp minced red jalapeño2 tbsp mayonaise2 tsp fresh lime juice1 whole eggsalt and pepper to taste*Garnish:*Onion sprouts or arugula sproutsshaved radishshaved red onionolive oil & salt
4. Valentine's Day With This Simple Salmon Recipe
Salmon is one of the most flavorful fishes and when paired with great wine it can create a romantic meal, Bruce Bozzi, Executive Vice President of The Palm Restaurants shows you how to pull off a very easy salmon recipe.
5. Shrimp Scampi and Pesto Couscous
A sophisticated main dish in less than 10 minutes? Watch and learn!
6. Pan-Fried Catfish with Jambalaya Risotto
This dish has a mix of California and European influences and uses catfish and jambalaya with risotto rice to bring a balance and delicious flavor. This Grokker Premium video with Executive Chef David Lawrence brings you a restaurant quality recipe.
7. Barbecue Shrimp and Creamy Stone-Ground Grits
Inspired by the cuisine of his native Jamaica, Executive Chef David Lawrence of San Francisco puts his improvements on the classic Shrimp and Grits. This recipe adds cream to stone-ground grits to give a soft, creamy and fluffy texture, and bring out the naturally nutty flavor of grits. The dish is paired with barbecue shrimp, cayenne, and fried garlic chips in this Grokker Premium video.